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Disney World is offering 4-Day Walt Disney World 4-Park Magic Tickets from $340. Thanks serra.

Note, ticket(s) must be used within 7 days from first use or by noted date. Refer to promotional details page for more information. Must have a Disney Account (free to join) in order to checkout.Theme Park Admission Includes (one park per day):
  • 1-Day Magic Kingdom Park
  • 1-Day Epcot
  • 1-Day Disney's Hollywood Studios
  • 1-Day Disney's Animal Kingdom
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Tickets are valid for one theme park per day and can only be used to enter each theme park once. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. Excludes activities/events separately priced. Higher priced tickets are valid for use on dates with a lower price. Refer to the forum thread for additional details & discussion. Checkout this Orlando, Florida Travel Guide for more details to plan your trip.

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Starting Jan. 18, guests will be able to purchase a four-day, 4-Park Magic Value Ticket for $85 per day (plus tax) for a total price of $340 (plus tax). The 4-Park Magic Tickets include these 4 parks on 4 separate days!
  • one day of admission to Magic Kingdom Park
  • one day of admission to Epcot
  • one day of admission to Disney's Hollywood Studios
  • one day of admission to Disney's Animal Kingdom
4-Park Magic Tickets are seasonally priced for varied usage between Jan. 18 and Sept. 30, 2019, as follows:

4-Park Magic Value Ticket: Valid for admission Jan. 18-March 1, 2019; must be used within seven days from first use, or by March 1, 2019, whichever comes first
  • Adult: $85 per day, plus tax ($340 total, plus tax)
  • Child: $80 per day, plus tax ($320 total, plus tax)
4-Park Magic Select Ticket: Valid for admission March 2-March 14; March 27-April 9; April 27-May 27; and Aug. 19-Sept. 30, 2019; must be used within seven days from first use, or by Sept. 30, 2019, whichever comes first
  • Adult: $89 per day, plus tax ($356 total, plus tax)
  • Child: $84 per day, plus tax ($336 total, plus tax)
4-Park Magic Summer Ticket: Valid for admission May 28-Aug. 18, 2019; must be used within seven days from first use or by Sept. 30, 2019, whichever comes first
  • Adult: $95 per day, plus tax ($380 total, plus tax)
  • Child: $90 per day, plus tax ($360 total, plus tax)
4-Park Magic Tickets will be available for purchase beginning Jan. 18, 2019, at Disneyworld website, through the Disney Reservation Center or authorized travel professionals and ticket sellers such as Expedia [expedia.com], Priceline [priceline.com], Travelocity [travelocity.com], Costco Travel, AAA Travel, etc..

Note: 4-Park Magic Tickets are valid for one theme park per day; tickets can be used to enter each theme park only once. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable and exclude activities/events separately priced. Higher-priced tickets are valid for use on dates with a lower price. For more information about the 4-Park Magic Tickets, visit Disneyworld.com/parkmagic [Disneyworld.com].

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We went this year with a 5 and 2 year old. Don't waste your money on a park hopper. There is too much to see in each park, and both your kids and yourself will be too tired to go through the extra time of switching parks during the day. Our best experience came from maximizing our time in each park, each day.
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Well if you consider how much it costs to go to a concert or a sporting event, then the ticket price becomes a little more tolerable.

It is not uncommon any longer to shell out $100 per ticket to go to just about any concert and $100 is for the cheap seats. Even going to a college football game near me, the tickets are face value over $50 + fees on top of that.

I would much rather spend $100 and have an entire day at Disney.
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And lines are huge. But it's worth it. The parks are amazing and it couldn't cost less for such quality.
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Disney prices are outrageous. I'll never cross their gates even at "sale" prices.
And lines are huge. But it's worth it. The parks are amazing and it couldn't cost less for such quality.
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And lines are huge. But it's worth it. The parks are amazing and it couldn't cost less for such quality.
Well, it could..... they'd just be stupid to charge less....
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This would be Slick if the tickets were Park Hoppers.
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Disney prices are outrageous. I'll never cross their gates even at "sale" prices.
You are not wrong. Yet the parks remain packed.
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Disney park prices are getting really out of hand. Their park is truly amazing, but especially if you don't live close to Florida, you're looking at a minimum of $6,000 for a five-day trip by air. I still don't understand why Disney never went through with their plan to start their own airline to fly people in. They could run that at-cost and probably gain it all back (and more) on the increase in attendance.

Of course, it seems like they have no problem with attendance anyway so...what do I know?
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Limit 1 park a day? I haven't been to Disney in over a decade but I remember being able to hop around.
Is this still a good value? Looking to go in February, 4 adults and 2 toddlers (2.5yo)

***edit we decided on 1 day at magic kingdom, one day sea world, and the rest of the time at the hotel pool. Thanks
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You are not wrong. Yet the parks remain packed.
You are right. They raise prices around 10% annually just because they can. The sky is the limit because a lot of people will pay whatever it costs.

Meanwhile lower income family's are prices out from ever being able to go.

The whole thing stinks of greed.
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Well if you consider how much it costs to go to a concert or a sporting event, then the ticket price becomes a little more tolerable.

It is not uncommon any longer to shell out $100 per ticket to go to just about any concert and $100 is for the cheap seats. Even going to a college football game near me, the tickets are face value over $50 + fees on top of that.

I would much rather spend $100 and have an entire day at Disney.
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Limit 1 park a day? I haven't been to Disney in over a decade but I remember being able to hop around.
Is this still a good value? Looking to go in February, 4 adults and 2 toddlers (2.5yo)
We went this year with a 5 and 2 year old. Don't waste your money on a park hopper. There is too much to see in each park, and both your kids and yourself will be too tired to go through the extra time of switching parks during the day. Our best experience came from maximizing our time in each park, each day.
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